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Programs Associates degree to physics bachelor?

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I plan to be finishing highschool with an Associates thanks to dual enrollment. I was wonder, how long from that, would it take for me to receive a bachelors in physics? 2 years? more?
 
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That depends on which classes you took to get that Associates. What math and physics courses have you taken?
 
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Depends what classes you've taken. You will need bunch of math and physics classes, namely:

-a three semester calculus sequence
-ordinary differential equations
-linear algebra
-a 3-4 semester introductory physics sequence
-probably 1-2 semesters of chemistry
 

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